Infrasauna. The infrared waves used in infrasauna directly warm up a human body up to 4 centimetres (in comparison: in the typical sauna the body warms up to 3–5 mm). Precisely this deep penetration of infrared waves gives the body the energy of warmth and improves its condition: warms up tissues, organs, muscles, bones, joints and accelerates circulation of blood and other body fluids. Infrasauna, at a temperature of 40–60º C, causes sweating that is 2–3 more intense comparing to the one usually stimualted at a temperature of 90–100º C. Thus it is particularly safe for children and people with impaired cardiovascular activity. It is prescribed in case of the peripheral nervous system diseases, respiratory system, musculoskeletal diseases and injuries, skin diseases (psoriasis, in case of skin burns), in case problems of obesity, cellulite, etc. 
Therapeutic effect: soothes the nervous system, eliminates insomnia, nervous tic, reduces cholesterol content, stimulates blood circulation, eliminates muscle pains, enhances the body’s resistance to infections, inhibits viral reproduction processes. Regular sessions not only prevent colds but also help treating these malaises just as they start. Sweating removes from the body slag and toxins, reduces load on the kidneys, reduces leg swelling. Moreover, from 900 to 2400 calories are burnt during a session as a result of sweating. In this way weight can be balanced.